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Montlhéry

(France)

Note: These statistics are based only on the results available in the RSC archive database.
They cannot be modified or updated on their own and do not cover all races ever held on the track
but rather just major sports car events plus meetings selected by RSC.

General figures:
Data covers years:1925, 1927, 1934, 1936-1939, 1947-1976, 1978, 1980, 1984-1986, 1994-1995
Number of events:268
Total entries:3174 (contains 2495 finishers and 399 retirements, finishing ratio: 86%)
Photos in Gallery:287 (9% of all entries)
Winners:
Wins by drivers:Gérard Larrousse (6), Hermano da Silva Ramos (4), Marcel Balsa (4), Claude Ballot-Léna (3), Guy Mairesse (3), Mike Beckwith (3), Jo Schlesser (3), Pierre Levegh (3), Olivier Gendebien (3), Johnny Servoz-Gavin (3), Jacques Borras (3), Cyril Grandet (3), Guy Ligier (3), Joseph Paul (3), Henri Pescarolo (3), Fernand Tavano (2)
Wins by makes:Porsche (39), Ferrari (33), Lola (23), Talbot-Lago (16), Lotus (14), Gordini (9), Alfa Romeo (7), Matra (6), BMW (5), Aston Martin (5), Maserati (5), Ford (5), Chevron (4)
Notes of interest:
Most frequent drivers:Sylvain Garant (25), Claude Ballot-Léna (24), Robert Dutoit (22), Pierre Chancel (21), Robert Buchet (21), Gérard Larrousse (20), Victor Polledry (20), Raymond Touroul (20), Gerhard Koch (16), Fritz Leinenweber (16), Marcel Balsa (15)
Most frequent makes:Porsche (576), Ferrari (222), Alpine (155), DB (141), Lotus (138), Alfa Romeo (121), Simca (117), Lola (105), Talbot-Lago (75), Panhard (65), Maserati (62)
Most frequent chassis:11-0001GCS (15), SL76/150 (14), SL210/09 (13), 004C [166C] (11), 110059 (11), 15-0018GCS (11), M630-02 (7), 906-114° (7), 82930 (7), SL76/152 (7), LM18 (7), 5891 [250LM] (7), 82931 (7), 46835 (6)
Most frequent championships:French Championship (28), World Championship (2), European GT Championship (2), BPR (2), FIA GT Cup (1)

23 - Sthemo SMC2 BMW18 - Ferrari 166 MM Touring Barchetta #0014M - Herman Roosdorp22 - Grac MT208 - Porsche 911 S - Formel Rennsport Club